One of the cake orders I had over this past weekend included this sweet baby shower cake for a baby boy who will be named Wyatt. They requested that the cake be done in soft blues and yellows and have elephants and giraffes on it.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Wedding season has officially begun for Jillicious Desserts and last Saturday, May 15th I delivered a simple, yet elegant wedding cake and mini cupcakes for the bride's outdoor wedding. The wedding was held at a venue that I hadn't been to before, called Dancing Deer Mountain. Although I didn't actually see any deer, let alone a dancing one, it was a very beautiful location and I imagine that from time to time deer are probably seen in this area.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
This past weekend I was busy with Mother's Day cake orders and I wasn't planning on making this cake until...
I read all the rave reviews from other Heavenly Cake Bakers about how DELICIOUS this cake was and also how quick and easy it was to make. You see, when I glanced at the upcoming month list of cakes, I had already made a mental note of a couple that I was planning to make and especially the free choice at the end of May. But I quickly made new plans and so last night in between baking cakes for today's orders, I made this FANTASTIC cake.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Last Monday, as part of the Monday Must Have, I said that someone would be chosen to receive their very own Fluted Pastry Wheel and a package of Lemon Stretch Wraps. I numbered each entry on a piece of paper, folded them up and tossed them in a kitchen bowl (yes, of course it was a kitchen bowl) and pulled out lucky number 6!!
Congratulations to Monica of Sweetbites!!
P.S. I have had several requests to post more pictures of cakes, so I have listened and I am happy to share. This was the birthday cake I made for my Mom last month. The cake details are listed below:
*Lemon Chiffon Cake [layered w/whipped cream & sliced strawberries; frosted with sweetened whipped cream and decorated with fresh strawberries and white chocolate curls; top tier = 4-inch round, bottom tier = 6-inch round.]